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Stock Finance

Do you need to hold a level of stock for your business to cover future orders or sales? Does this give rise to cash flow problems?

If you have been trading for at least 3 years and have up to date accounts, then you could get the help you need to drive your business forward. There are a number of lenders who can finance the purchase of stock on a one off or revolving basis, depending on your individual needs. Providers of Stock Finance consider enquiries from a range of industries, including:

  • Retail
  • Wholesale
  • Importing
  • Exporting
  • Distribution

Service and deals vary, so before deciding which one is best for you, compare a number of Stock Finance providers to find the best ones on the market.

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